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IMS Investigates New Aero Kits

After two crashes in which drivers went airborne, IMS is investigating and putting a halt to the use of aero kits.   WIBC's racing guru Mike Thomsen talks to Tony Katz about Chevy's reaction, the thinking behind IMS' response and how this will effect the race.

 

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